|[Oral argument before the Supreme Court of California in Lucido v. Superior Court, no. S011151, June 12, 1990] - California. Supreme Court|
Note: Part 1: content does not start until 00:00:45; Part 2: content ends at 00:02:15.Description: Oral argument by attorneys before the California Supreme Court on June 12, 1990, concerning whether a crime charged against a parolee that was not the basis for revocation of his parole at his parole hearing could later be charged and the defendant tried for the crime. Courts in federal and other state jurisdictions followed the court's rulings in this case 106 times during the period 1990-2013...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Parole; Criminal law--California--Cases; California. Supreme Court
|An appeal to the people - Philbrook, Horace Wiley, b. 1852|
Keywords: California. Supreme Court; Southern Pacific Company; Justice, Administration of -- California; Judges -- California
|Life, diary and letters of Oscar Lovell Shafter, associate justice, Supreme Court of California, January 1, 1864, to December 31, 1868 - Shafter, Oscar Lovell, 1812-1873|
Keywords: Shafter, Oscar Lovell, 1812-1873; California. Supreme Court; Judges -- United States
|[Oral argument before the Supreme Court of California in Prudential-LMI Commercial Insurance v. Superior Court, no. S011415, September 4, 1990] - California. Supreme Court|
Note: Ends abruptly.Description: Oral argument by attorneys before the California Supreme Court on September 4, 1990 in a suit first brought by trustees of a family trust to recover from their insurer for damages to an apartment building owned by the trust. Courts in federal and other state jurisdictions have followed the rulings in this case 20 times during the period 1991-2013. Additional Description: Prudential-LMI Com...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Limitation of actions--California; Insurance claims--California; California. Supreme Court
|[Oral argument before the Supreme Court of California in People v. Bloom, no. S004639, November 2, 1988] - California. Supreme Court|
Description: Oral argument before the California Supreme Court on November 2, 1988, concerning whether a defendant, who chose to represent himself during the penalty phase of his trial on charges of murder, had received ineffective assistance from his advisory counsel, in violation of his constitutional rights. Courts in federal and other state jurisdictions followed the court's rulings in this case 9 times during the period 1989-2013...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Right to counsel; Criminal law--California--Cases; California. Supreme Court
|[Oral argument before the Supreme Court of California in People v. Jones, no. S010191, April 11, 1990] - California. Supreme Court|
Note: Part 2: No content after 00:10:21.Description: Oral argument by attorneys before the California Supreme Court on April 11, 1990 in a case where a defendant charged with multiple counts of sexually molesting children appealed his convictions, asserting that the victims' testimony was "generic" and not sufficient to establish his guilt. Courts in federal and other state jurisdictions have followed the court's rulings in this case 28 times during the period 1990-2013...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Child sexual abuse; Liability for child sexual abuse; Child witnesses; California. Supreme Court
|2008-05-17 Victoria Austin Same-Sex Marriage - Victoria Austin|
Rev. Victoria Austin speaks on this week's California Supreme Court decision affirming the legitimacy of same-sex marriage. "Buddhism is about liberation from conventional designations...."
Keywords: Hartford Street Zen Center; Soto Zen; Dharma Talk; Victoria Austin; Same-sex marriage; gay marriage; California Supreme Court; marriage vows
|[Oral argument before the Supreme Court of California in AIU Insurance Company v. Superior Court, no. S012525, October 2, 1990] - California. Supreme Court|
Note: Content begins around 00:01:45. Ends abruptly. Description: Oral argument by attorneys before the California Supreme Court on October 2, 1990 in a suit brought by a corporation to determine whether a claim for environmental cleanup costs was covered by the issuing insurer under the corporation's comprehensive general liability policy. Courts in federal and other state jurisdictions have followed the court's rulings in this case 34 times during the period 1990-2013...
Keywords: californialightandsound; United States. Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act of 1980; California. Supreme Court; Insurance; Liability insurance claims
|Insight: Larry Vanderhoef / 'Unpopular Mr. Lincoln' / KWOD Changes / Prop 8|
Larry Vanderhoef - UC Davis is getting a new leader. Today on Insight, outgoing chancellor Larry Vanderhoef talks about his long tenure and what he'll do next. "The Unpopular Mr. Lincoln" - A new book looks at Abraham Lincoln's presidency from the perspective of his peers. Sacramento author Larry Tagg tells you about "The Unpopular Mr. Lincoln." KWOD Changes - It's the end of an era on Sacramento radio...
Keywords: Larry Vanderhoef; UC Davis Chancellor; The Unpopular Mr. Lincoln; Larry Tagg; KWOD changes format; Sacramento radio; Proposition 8; California Supreme Court decision; KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio
|Insight: Gay Marriage Decision / Amigos de las Americas / "Dead Lucky"|
Gay Marriage Decision - The California Supreme Court recently decided to overturn a ban on gay marriage. The ruling overturns a California voter-approved law that defined marriage as a union between a man and a woman. Today on Insight, you'll hear what this means for California and the nation and what might happen next. Amigos de las Americas - You'll learn about a non-profit organization that takes high school and college-aged volunteers to Latin America to work on sustainable community-based i...
Keywords: gay marriage; California Supreme Court; court overturns law; Amigos de las Americas; volunteers work in Latin America; Dead Lucky; Lincoln Hall; Everest climber left for dead; KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio
|A California Supreme Court justice looks at law and society, 1964-1996 : oral history transcript / 1997 - Broussard, Allen E., 1929-1996. ive|
Keywords: Oakland, (Calif.). Municipal Court; California. Superior Court (Alameda County); California. Supreme Court; California. Advisory Committee on Race and Gender in the California Courts; African American lawyers -- California Interviews; African Americans -- California Oakland; Lawyers -- California Oakland; Discrimination in justice administration -- California
|A senior staff attorney reflects on four decades with the California Supreme Court (1960-2001) and a lifetime with disability : oral history transcript / 2003 - Belton, Peter J., 1933- ive|
Keywords: Belton, Peter J., 1933-; Schauer, Rey; Mosk, Stanley, 1912-; Bird, Rose Elizabeth; California. Supreme Court; Lawyers -- California; People with disabilities -- California; Poliomyelitis -- Patients; People with disabilities -- Legal status, laws, etc. California; Court rules -- California; California -- Politics and government 1951-
|Insight: New Chief / Wild Justice / Tower Bridge Turns 75 / Christopher Fairman|
New Chief - The Chief Justice-elect of the California Supreme Court is a Sacramento native and the President of the local Kennedy Inn of Court. You'll meet Tani Cantil-Sakauye and hear her plans for the future. Wild Justice - A new show starring California Game Wardens debuts on the National Geographic Channel tonight. Outmanned and outgunned, they patrol hundreds of miles of land, coastline, rivers and streams throughout the state of California...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; California Supreme Court Chief Justice-elect; Tani Cantil-Sakauye; California Game Wardens; Wild Justice; al Geographic Channel; California Department of Fish and Game; Tower Bridge 75th anniversary; Sacramento Tower Bridge birthday; Christopher Fairman; studio performance; live performance
|Insight: State Worker Furloughs / Michael Tellinger / Artist Deborah Aschheim / Gay and Lesbian Film Fest|
State Worker Furloughs - The California Supreme Court sided with Gov. Schwarzenegger and ruled that state worker furloughs were legal last year and that no back pay is owed to workers. We'll talk with the Sacramento Bee's Jon Ortiz about it. Plus, you'll hear from the Governor's office and one of the state employee unions that filed the suit. Michael Tellinger - Michael Tellinger is speaking in Newcastle about his research into a 200,000 year old civilization discovered in South Africa...
Keywords: Capital Public Radio; KXJZ; Sacramento public radio; State Worker Furloughs; California Supreme Court, the; Jon Ortiz; Bruce Blanning; Aaron McLear; Michael Tellinger; 200,000 year old civilization; South Africa; Deborah Aschheim; Taxonomy; Robbie Waters Pocket-Greenhaven Library,the; fiberglass; Gay and Lesbian Film Fest; Calling Card; Jennifer Hatton; Dawn Deason
|Insight: Redistricting Challenge / Ending Federal Inmate Medical Care Oversight / The Last Crop / Musical Charis|
Redistricting Challenge - The California Supreme Court ruled Friday that the state Senate maps drawn last year by an independent redistricting commission will be used in the June primary and November election. Republicans brought the legal challenge to the new maps in an attempt to block Democrats from gaining enough seats to pass taxes on their own. Ending Federal Inmate Medical Care Oversight - A United States judge says it's time to start planning to end federal oversight of California's inma...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; California redistricting challenge; California Supreme Court ruling on state Senate redistricting maps; inmate medical care oversight; J. Clark Kelso, federal receiver for California prisons inmate medical care oversight; Don Specter, director, Prison Law; Good Humus Produce; Annie Main, owner, Good Humus; Jeff Main, owner, Good Humus; Musical Charis; studio performance
|Insight: Calif. Rest and Meal Period / Volunteer Center Follow-Up / News Network: Davis / Doubled-Up|
California Rest and Meal Period - The California Supreme Court begins a case Tuesday that will decide whether employee breaks can be voluntary or whether they need to be mandatory. Jot Condie from the California Restaurant Association joins us to talk about the case. Volunteer Center Follow-Up - Frank Kennedy, the head of the Volunteer Center, joins us for another perspective on Goodwill's proposal to take over (from the Volunteer Center) the administration of the alternative sentencing program ...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; California Supreme Court to decide employee meal breaks; Jot Condie, California Restaurant Association; mandatory restaurant rest breaks; Volunteer Center; Frank Kennedy, Volunteer Center; alternative sentencing program proposal; Davis news; Jeff Hudson, reporter, Davis Enterprise; doubling-up; multiple families living together; Ronald Hallett, University of the Pacific
|Insight: Prop 8 in Court / Jaap Schroder / Scheherazade / Rita Hosking|
Prop 8 in Court - The case for and against Prop 8 - the same-sex marriage ban - rages on in the California Supreme Court. Today on Insight, what are the lawyers arguing? What precedent do they hope to follow or set? And is there a likely outcome? Jaap Schroder - One of the founding fathers of the modern Baroque music movement is performing at the Mondavi Center in Davis this weekend. You'll meet violinist Jaap Schroder and hear him play in our studio...
Keywords: Insight; Capital Public Radio; KXJZ; Sacramento public radio; Prop 8; Lawrence Levine; same-sex marriage ban; California Supreme Court; Jaap Schroder; Baroque music movement; violinist; Scheherazade; Sacramento Philharmonic Orchestra; Resa Vali; Ney; Persian flute; Khosrow Soltani; Concerto for Persian Ney and Orchestra; Rita Hosking; cousin Jack; Come Sunrise; Andy Lentz; Bill Dakin; Sean Feder
|Insight: Unanimous Court / Breast Cancer Endowment / Amy Reed & Ross Hammond / Sound Advice: In the Flow - Capital Public Radio, Inc.|
Unanimous Court - California's Supreme Court has been increasingly handing down unanimous decisions on major social issues in the past couple years - redistricting, rest and meal periods for food service workers, marijuana and gay marriage. We're speaking with McGeorge School of Law Professor John Sims about the make-up of the court and which justice was appointed by which governor to try in an effort to understand why this court is working so well together...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; California Supreme Court unanimous decisions; John Sims, McGeorge School of Law Professor; UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center; Placer Breast Cancer Endowment; breast cancer endowment; Christy Patton; Kelli Ridenour; Amy Reed; Ross Hammond; Sound Advice: In the Flow; In the Flow festival
|Insight: Mayor Johnson's First Term / Cruz Reynoso / James McMurtry / Sound Advice: Jazz|
Johnson's First Term - Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson announced yesterday afternoon he's running for a second term. We'll speak with Sacramento Bee Metro reporter Ryan Lillis about Johnson's performance in his first term, and what kind of opposition the mayor may face from competitors or voters. Cruz Reynoso - The award-winning documentary, "Cruz Reynoso: Sowing the Seeds of Justice," about the first Latino to be appointed to the California Supreme Court, will be broadcast on public television t...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; Kevin Johnson; Sacramento Mayor Johnson announces run for second term; California Supreme Court former judge Cruz Reynoso; Cruz Reynoso: Sowing the Seeds of Justice; James McMurtry; American River Music Festival; Sound Advice: Jazz; Devin Yamanaka; David Watts Barton
|California constitutional officers : oral history transcript / and related material, 1977-1980 - Bancroft Library. Regional Oral History Office|
Keywords: Warren, Earl, 1891-1974; Knight, Goodwin, 1896-1970; Olson, Culbert Levy, 1876-; Brown, Edmund G. (Edmund Gerald), 1905-1996; Republican Party (Calif.); Democratic Party (Calif.); California. Office of the State Treasurer; California. Supreme Court; California. Office of the Attorney General; California -- Politics and government
|Insight: Marijuana Ruling / News Network / Syrian Professor / "The Lake House" / "The 24 Hour Plays" - Capital Public Radio, Inc.|
Marijuana Ruling - The California State Supreme Court's unanimous ruling Monday on the case of City of Riverside v. Inland Empire Patients Health and Wellness Center allows cities to regulate and restrict the marijuana industry. The ruling is expected to draw new dispensary bans from communities across the state. We'll talk about what happens next with Sacramento County Supervisor Roberta MacGlashan, who opposes dispensaries in the county...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; California Supreme Court ruling on marijuana; marijuana ruling, California; Roberta MacGlashan, Sacramento County Supervisor; News Network; murder in Calaveras; Joel Metzger, Calaveras Enterprise; Tim Daly, News10; Syrian professor; Amal Alchkar, former assistant dean in the faculty of pharmacology at Aleppo University; Human Rights Symposium in Davis; Marci Nault, author, The Lake House; Lake House, The; Sands Hall, writer, actor, musician; 24 Hour Plays, The; Miners Foundry presentation of The 24 Hour Plays
|Insight: CA Supreme Court Nominee / Sacratomato Week / Food Literacy Center / The Kimberly Trip - Capital Public Radio, Inc.|
CA Supreme Court Nominee - Gov. Jerry Brown has nominated Stanford Law Professor to the California Supreme Court. Mariano-Florentino Cuellar is a Mexican-born Stanford Law School professor who was a special assistant for justice and regulatory policy in the Obama White House in 2009 and 2010. Veteran journalist Leo McElroy has witnessed the evolution of California's current governor and he joins us to talk about this latest appointment and what it will mean for the currently makeup of the Califo...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; CA Supreme Court Nominee; Gov. Jerry Brown; Mariano-Florentino Cuellar, Stanford Law Professor; Obama White House; Leo McElroy, journalist; California Supreme Court; Sacratomato Week; Sutter District bars, cafes and restaurants; Food Literacy Center; California Food Literacy Center; The Kimberly Trip; power-pop; band; I'm All Out of Bubblegum; Concerts in the Park; sold over 10,000 albums; 2 top-10 singles in Brazil
|[June 05 2008] Travus T. Hipp Morning News & Commentary: Hillary Clinton - Now That The Primary Race Is Over, Will She Return To The Senate And Begin To Pop The Nasty Little Pimples On The Skin Of Democracy? - Travus T. Hipp - Cabale News Service|
In The News: In Sichuan province China the water is still rising and the rain is still falling, and yesterday there was another aftershock measuring 5.5. At Guantanamo, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and 4 other 'detainees' will have their trials for... "Conspiring to make war on the United States"? I didn't know criminal charges could be filed for such things. Traditionally, people who wage war on a government and get captured are considered POWs...
Keywords: Travus T. Hipp; Cabale News Service; KPIG; Politics; News; Alternative News; U.S. Foreign Policy; U.S. Domestic Policy; Breaking Politics News; Realpolitik; Republican Family Values; Social Justice; 2008 Elections; al Qaeda; Barack Obama; Boxer Bill; Bribery; California; California Supreme Court; Chicago; China; Constitutional Amendment; Corruption; Cronyism; Democracy; Earthquake; Extraordinary Rendition; Flood; Gay Rights; Guantanamo; Hillary Clinton; Khalid Sheikh Mohammed; Kickback; Land Dealings; Land Developer; Nevada; Nuclear Waste; Nuclear Waste Facility; Political Apparatchik; POW; Prisoner Of War; Queer; Same-sex Marriage; Senate Republicans; Sichuan Province; Tony Rezko; U.S. Politics; Urban Development; Ward Heeler; Ward-Heeler; Yucca Mountain
|[November 20 2008] Travus T. Hipp Morning News & Commentary: A 'Hipp' History - One Man's Pirate Is Another Man's Tax Collector - Piracy As A Means Of Taxing The 'Transit Trade' Is NOT New, And IT IS One Of The Main Reasons For The Creation Of The US Navy - Travus T. Hipp - Cabale News Service|
Thanks to another KPIG listener, Christopher M., I have a copy of yesterday's commentary. It has been archived and posted to the November 19 page(s). It is titled: The Legal 'Pitchforks & Torches' For Dick Cheney And Alberto Gonzales Have Been Sharpened And Lit - Indicted For Border Detention Center Prisoner Abuse In The News: HAR MATEY This! The Indian Navy, doing things that navies do, has sunk a pirate vessel, allegedly a 'Mother Ship', near the Gulf of Aden...
Keywords: Travus T. Hipp; Cabale News Service; KPIG; Politics; News; Alternative News; U.S. Foreign Policy; U.S. Domestic Policy; Breaking Politics News; Realpolitik; Republican Family Values; Social JusticeAfrica; Auto Bailout Bill; Bankruptcy; Barack Obama; Big Three; Blackwater; BushBoy; California; California Supreme Court; Coal Gasification; Coal Mining; Congressional Budget Office; Democratic Party; Environment; Environmental Law; Environmental Regulation; General Motors; George W. Bush; GlobalPolicy.Org; GM; Gulf of Aden; Harry Reid; Health and Human Services; High Seas Piracy; History; Indian Navy; Jurisprudence; Lame Duck Session; Maritime Law; Naval Battle; Naval History; NGOs; Office of Management and Budget; Oil Drilling; Peter Orszag; Piracy; Pirate Vessel; Pirates; Political Bloodsport; Pre Bushsident; Private Army; Proposition 8; Somalia; Taxation; Tom Daschle; Unemployment Benefits; US Auto Industry; White House; Wilderness Areas
|[May 16 2008] Travus T. Hipp Morning News & Commentary: 'Apocalypse Then' - 21 December 2012, Remember That Date... It's Going To Make For An Interesting Last Few Months To A Possible McCain Administration - Travus T. Hipp - Cabale News Service|
In The News: California's Supreme Court rules by a 3-4 majority for gay marriage. Details. In China, the predictions call for 50,000 dead from the Sichuan province Earthquake. China's limiting of family size has exacerbated the disaster... Details. Monsoons come to cyclone ravaged Burma but it may be a blessing in disguise. President Bush is with 'friends' in Saudi Arabia begging for oil and then he will meet with other Middle Eastern leaders in Egypt...
Keywords: Travus T. Hipp; Cabale News Service; KPIG; Politics; News; Alternative News; U.S. Foreign Policy; U.S. Domestic Policy; Breaking Politics News; Realpolitik; Republican Family Values; Social Justice; 2008 Elections; Apocalypse; Burma; Bush Administration; Bush Family Ranch; Bush War; BushCo; BushWar; California; California Supreme Court; China; Cyclone; Diplomacy; Earthquake; Ecological Disaster; Ecological Issues; Ecosphere; Ecosystem; Egypt; Endless War; Energy Crisis; Environmental Issues; Gay Marriage; Gay Rights; GI Bill; Humor; Insects; Invasive Species; Iraq War; Iraqi Army; John McCain; Mayan Calendar; Mayan Culture; Middle East; Military Appropriations Bill; Military Spending Bill; Monsoon; Peak Oil; Pentagon; Pest Control; Political Humor; President Bush; Presidential Race; Propaganda; Public Diplomacy; Public Relations; Raspberry Ant; Republican; Rethuglican; Sarcasm; Satire; Saudi Arabia; Sichuan Province; Venezuela; Veteran; Veterans Administration; Veterans Affairs; War Pigs
|[March 21 2008] Travus T. Hipp Morning News & Commentary: From The Bottom Of The 'Class Pyramid' - TIP Means, "To Insure Promptness" - Starbucks Will Have To Promptly Pay $100 Million Dollars For Misappropriated Employee Tips - Travus T. Hipp - Cabale News Service|
In The News: Starbucks will pay $100 MILLION dollars in a lawsuit filed by employees who claimed shift supervisors (most likely categorized as salaried employees or somesuch to avoid paying overtime, and making little more than the worker they "supervise" (term loosely used)) were wrongly receiving tips. Nancy Pelosi is in Dharamsala with the Dalai Lama saying that every nation should support the revolt in Tibet, while unrest continues and the Chinese army is moving soldiers and material in via ...
Keywords: Travus T. Hipp; Cabale News Service; KPIG; Politics; News; Alternative News; U.S. Foreign Policy; U.S. Domestic Policy; Breaking Politics News; Realpolitik; Republican Family Values; Social Justice; '08 Elections; 2008 Elections; Abuse Of Authority; American Culture; American Labor; American Society; Amoral; Amorality; Asia; Barack Obama; Bill Clinton; Boycott; Business; California Supreme Court; Capitalism; Capitalist; Capitalist Economics; Capitalist Economy; Cheap Labor; Chinese Army; Chinese Government; Chinese Occupation Army; Class Action Suit; Class Struggle; Class War; Classist; Corporate Ethics; Court Ruling; Court Settlement; Covert Operations; Culture of Corruption; Dalai Lama; Democracy Promotion; Democratic Apparatchik; Democratization; Dharamsala; Diplomacy; Diplomat; Diplomatic Negotiations; Diplomatic Pressure; Diplomatic Talks; Domestic Economy; Domestic Spying; Domestic Surveillance; Eastern Seaboard; Economics; Elections; Environment; Ethics; Europe; European Union; Flooding; Floods; Freedom Agenda; George Bush; George W. Bush; India; International Diplomacy; International Incident; International Law; International Politics; Jurisprudence; Labor; Labor Department; Labor Law; Labor Organizing; Lawsuit; Low Income; Low Income Worker; Martial Law; Midwest; Militarism; Military Incursion; Military Invasion; Military Logistics; Nancy Pelosi; National Insecurity; Network Security; New World Order; New World Police State; Obamamania; Occupation Army; Olympic Opening Ceremonies; Olympics; Organized Labor; Organized Resistance; Pacification; Philosophy; Police State; Political Subversion; Politically Motivated Persecution; President Bush; Presidential Candidate; Privacy; Prostitution; Sino-US relations; Slave Labor; Socioeconomic; Solidarity; Starbucks; State Department; State Department Contractor; Subversion; Supreme Court; Supreme Court Ruling; Tibet; Tibetan; Tipping; Troop Deployment; U.S. Diplomacy; U.S. Election; U.S. Labor; U.S. State Department; US Passport Office; Wage Slave; Weather; White House; Worker
|[March 05 2008] Travus T. Hipp Morning News & Commentary: Did I Hear A Rational Thought In American Presidential Politics? Hillary Clinton Wins A Few... If Only Because She's 'Hung In There', And That MUST Be Taken Into Account - Travus T. Hipp - Cabale News Service|
In The News: Hillary Clinton wins in the all the Democratic primaries yesterday except Vermont. There was political fighting among the Texas Democrats, and it might cause problems at the convention. Huckabee FINALLY drops out of the rethuglican race and McCain awaits coronation as the heir to the BushCo throne. Dennis Kucinich WINS and manages to keep his congressional seat in Ohio because the Democratic power machine got too cocky...
Keywords: Travus T. Hipp; Cabale News Service; KPIG; Politics; News; Alternative News; U.S. Foreign Policy; U.S. Domestic Policy; Breaking Politics News; Realpolitik; Republican Family Values; Social Justice; '08 Elections; 2008 Elections; American Culture; American Lifestyle; American Military Occupation; American Occupation; American Society; Auto Production; Automobile; Baghdad; Balkanised Iraq; Banking; Bush Administration; Bush Family Ranch; Bush War; BushCo; BushWar; California Supreme Court; Capitalism; Capitalist; Capitalist Economics; Car Sales; Civil Liberties; Civil Rights; Condoleezza Rice; Conflict Resolution; Consumer Spending; Consumerism; Consumption; Democrat; Democratic Apparatchik; Democratic Candidate; Democratic Caucus; Democratic National Convention; Democratic Party; Democratic Party Apparatus; Democratic Primaries; Democratic Primary; Dennis Kucinich; Department of State; Diplomacy; Diplomatic; Diplomatic Negotiations; Diplomatic Pressure; Diplomatic Talks; Dog and Pony Show; Economic Depression; Economic Indicator; Economic Recession; Economic Stimulus; Economics; Election; Elections; EU; Euro; Europe; European Union; Financial Market; Financial Stress; Fiscal Crisis; Ford; Gay; Gay Pride; George W. Bush; Global Business; Global Capitalist Economy; Global Economy; GM; GOP Presidential Candidate; Green Zone; Hillary Clinton; Homosexual; Homosexuality; House of Representatives; Huckabee; Ian Paisley; Imperialist Economics; International Diplomacy; International Finance; International Investment; International Politics; Invasion of Iraq; Iraq; Iraq Reconstruction; Iraq War; John McCain; Jurisprudence; Labor; McCain; Middle Class; Middle East; Middle-Class; New World Order; Northern Ireland; Ohio; Oil Wars; Persia; Persian Gulf; Philosophy; Political Caucus; Political Change; Political Endorsement; Political Philosophy; Political Policy; Political Pundits; Political Representation; Political Strategy; President Bush; Presidential Candidate; Presidential Election; Presidential Primary; Presidential Race; Primary Election; Psychosocial Stress; Recession; Republican; Republican Apparatchik; Republican Candidate; Republican Primary; Resource Wars; Rethuglican; Rhetoric; Same-Sex Marriage; Sexual Orientation; Socioeconomic; Supreme Court; The Economy; U.S. Congress; U.S. Economy; U.S. Election; U.S. Fiscal Policy; U.S. Governance; U.S. Government; U.S. State Department; Ulster Unionist Party; US-Iran Talks; Voting
|[March 04 2008] Travus T. Hipp Morning News & Commentary: The Political Primary & Caucus 'Process' - If This Was A Casino You Probably Wouldn't Want To Place Your Bets Here - Travus T. Hipp - Cabale News Service|
In The News: The California supreme court will hear a case regarding same-sex marriage today. Expect demonstrations. The UN Security Council has voted wimpily increased sanctions on Iran for continuing to enrich Uranium. The Israelis have, or are, pulling out of Gaza after longer range missiles were launched from Palestinian territory, The score: 120 Palestinians - 3 Israelis. ...and the OTHER way around in America's OWN "Dirty War": The US launches submarine based Tomahawk missiles.....
Keywords: Travus T. Hipp; Cabale News Service; KPIG; Politics; News; Alternative News; U.S. Foreign Policy; U.S. Domestic Policy; Breaking Politics News; Realpolitik; Republican Family Values; Social Justice; '08 Elections; 2008 Elections; 420; 4th Branch Of The Government; Afghanistan; Africa; Africa Command; AFRICOM; Ahmadinejad; al Qaeda; al-Qaeda; American Protectorate; American Society; American Troops in Afghanistan; American Troops in Iraq; American Troops in Somalia; Amoral; Amorality; Artillery Barrage; Assassinate; Assassination; Baghdad; Balkanised; Balkanised Iraq; Behavioral Psychology; Body Bags; Body Count; Bong Hits; Bong Hits 4 Jesus; Bush War; BushCo; BushWar; California Supreme Court; Campaign Financing; Campaign Speech; Cannabis; Casualty Count; Caucus; Coalition Forces; Colonization; Combat Operations; Combat Support; Combat Support Operations; Corporate Ethics; Corporate Mafia; Corporate Society; Corporatism; Counter-Insurgency; Counter-insurgency Operations; Counterterrorism; Cruise Missile; Dead Civilians; Dead Soldiers; Defense Intelligence; Democracy Promotion; Democrat; Democratic Apparatchik; Democratic Candidate; Democratic Caucus; Democratic Culture of Corruption; Democratic National Committee; Democratic Party; Democratic Party Apparatus; Democratic Party Corruption; Democratic Presidential Candidate; Democratic Presidential Debate; Democratic Primary; Department of Defense; Destabilization; Diplomacy; Dobley; Dog and Pony Show; Drug Culture; Drug Trade; Drug Wars; Economic Sanctions; Economic War; Election; Election Fraud; Elections; Embargo; Empire; Enriched Uranium; Ethiopia; Excessive Force; Faux News; FauxNews; Federal Election; Fourth Branch Of The Government; Free Fire Zone; Free-fire Zone; Gas Prices; Gay; Gay Pride; Gaza; Gaza Strip; Global Domination; Global Hegemony; Global War on Terror; Government Destabilization; GWOT; Hamas; Hassan Turki; Health Care; Horn Of Africa; Humor; Hypocrisy; Hypocrite; IDF; Illegal Invasion; Imperial Rule; Imperialism; Imperialist; Indiscriminate Bombing; Intelligence Network; International Diplomacy; Invasion Of Afghanistan; Invasion of Iraq; Iran; Iraq; Iraq War; Iraqi Security Forces; Islamic Court Union; Israel; Israeli Border; Jamaica; Journalism; Kabuki Theater; Kenya; Kurd; Kurdish Border; Kurdish Regional Government; Kurdish Resistance; Kurdish Separatist; Kurdistan; Kurdistan Border; Kurdistan Democratic Party; Kurdistan Regional Government; Kurdistan Workers Party; Legalization of Marijuana; Marijuana; Mass Media; Massacre; Media; Media Concentration; Media Coverage; Media Disinformation; Media Spin; Middle East; Militant Islamists; Militarism; Military Incursion; Military Proxy; Military Technology; Military-Industrial Complex; Missile; Missile Strike; Mortgage Crisis; NAFTA; Naval Action; Naval Operations; Neofascism; New World Order; Nuclear Enrichment; Nuclear Material; Nuclear Proliferation; Occupation Army; Oil Wars; Pacification; Palestinian; Patriotic Union of Kurdistan; Peace and Stability Operation; Pentagon; PKK; Political Cadre; Political Caucus; Political Philosophy; Political Primary; Political Pundits; Political Subversion; Pot; Preemptive War; Pre-emptive War; Presidential Candidate; Presidential Debate; Presidential Election; Presidential Primary; Presidential Race; Primary Election; Print journalism; Proxy Army; Proxy War; Psychological Warfare; Psy-War; Race to the Bottom; Regional War; Representative Democracy; Resource Wars; Rhetoric; Same-sex Marriage; Santa Clara California; Sarcasm; Satire; Sexual Orientation; Shebab Youth; Somalia; State Terror; Suicide Bomb; T.V; Television; Terrorism; Tomahawk Missile; Trade Embargo; Trade Sanctions; Truck Tomb; Turkey; Turkish Army; Turkish Troops; TV News; U.N; U.N. Sanction; U.S. Diplomacy; U.S. Governance; U.S. Government; U.S. Interests; U.S. Military Operations; UN Security Council; Union of Islamic Courts; United Nations; United Nations Security Council; US Forces In Somalia; Voter; Voting; War Crimes; War Criminal; War On Drugs; War On Terror; War Pigs; Warmonger; Warmongering; War-mongering; Weapons Platform; Weapons Proliferation; William Fisher; World War III; World War Three; WW III